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Reconstructing European copyright law for the digital single market, between old paradigms and digital challenges, Bernd Justin Jütte

Label
Reconstructing European copyright law for the digital single market, between old paradigms and digital challenges, Bernd Justin Jütte
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 567-593)
resource.dissertationNote
Thesis (doctoral) - University of Luxembourg, 2016
Main title
Reconstructing European copyright law for the digital single market
Oclc number
1232984688
Responsibility statement
Bernd Justin Jütte
Series statement
Luxembourg legal studies ;, v. 10
Sub title
between old paradigms and digital challenges
Summary
The book critically examines the current process of reforming the copyright system in the European Union. On the basis of core elements of the harmonised copyright acquis, the work exposes the shortcomings of current reform proposals with a view to establishing a digital single market. In this regard, it is highlighted that the existing directives and regulations lack fundamental principles that could serve as a basis for a systematically structured European copyright, and that also the current reform proposals do not reflect such an approach. These deficits are addressed by fundamental approaches for an EU copyright reform. For this purpose, three legislative options are discussed. The work takes a clear position in the current debate of EU copyright reform and offers starting points from which a more systematic and coherent copyright system can be developed
Table Of Contents
Copyright in a Digital EU – Problems & Policy -- Copyright (Regulation) in the Single Market -- Elements of a European Copyright Framework for the Digital Single Market -- Efficient and Balanced European Copyright for the Digital Single Market
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